You are viewing a rust free 1971 International Harvester Travelall Model 1210. This vehicle was modified by Springfield Equipment Company in Ohio as a rescue vehicle. Still installed is the Motorola Dial up radio phone. siren. spot light. The radios have the crystals removed but otherwise were functional. The rear spotlight has been removed so I can put the cover on. but comes with the truck. as do the red emergency light bar. The whip antenna for the radios is still installed. There is no AM / FM radio. nor AC. Has optional rear heater. The truck has Dana axles. ( 4. 10 rear) Warner locking hubs. 4 speed manual. High / low range transfer case and "granny gear" first gear. Class three hitch and wiring. There is a winch on the front. I have a copy of the original "line setting ticket" which lists the equipment that was installed by the factory. Runs and drives well. New dual exhaust. New shocks. New brakes. New battery. New BF Goodrich Comp TA Radials and new full size spare. Custom cover . Jack and original owners manual included. The front and rear seats have been replaced with newer GM seats. The truck was undercoated at the factory and is rust free. Has several dents in rear door. ( see pictures) and some scratches and dings. ( This was a fire/ rescue vehicle) Can be driven home. The mileage on the odometer shows 41474 miles which I believe is accurate original miles. I have a chain of title. and there is a service sticker on the drivers door showing 6500 miles in 1999. Due to its age. it is listed as mileage exempt by PA. Runs and drives. Titled as an antique vehicle. Have clear title in my name. This is the ultimate "bug out" vehicle. Additional photos and documentation upon request.
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from Chris, dated 17 december 2017 Hi there! Is the truck still for sale?
Thank you in advance for your answer
from Eric, dated 18 december 2016 Hey - is this travelall still for sale? Has seats in the back?
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